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The Shockingly Easy Solution For Your Teen To Be Free From Acne

The Shockingly Easy Solution For Your Teen To Be Free From Acne

Jason Jason
5 minute read

Acne in teens and adults is a common yet embarrassing skin condition. Make healthy changes and treat your skin from the inside.

Diminishing collagen levels are all about changes as you age, and so is acne. More specifically, the hormonal changes that occur in your body as you age. And whilst acne readily affects mostly teens and young adults, some may even develop acne for the first time as an older adult.

What causes acne in teens and adults?

Acne presents as small pustules that develop when your skin pores become clogged by hair growth, sebum (an oily substance), dead skin cells, or bacteria. Acne can also develop from:

  • the wrong skincare routines (not washing often enough or with the right product)
  • genetic disposition – inherited genes from one or both parents
  • fluctuating hormone levels in both men and women
  • high humidity (especially in urban areas where the air is smoggy)
  • stress and anxiety, as commonly experienced by young adults and teens

Acne commonly affects about 80% of all teenagers and young adults between the ages of 11 and 30, and may appear on various parts of the body where the most oil glands are present, such as your:

  • chest
  • face
  • forehead
  • shoulders
  • upper arms
  • and back

What are the different types of acne?

Acne in teens and adults can be mild, moderate, or severe and may present in various forms, including:

  • Blackheads: These are open bumps on the skin full of excess oil or dead skin.
  • Cysts: Large, pus-filled pimples that can leave scars.
  • Fungal Acne (also known as pityrosporum folliculitis): Caused by an excess of yeast that developed in hair follicles, and may become itchy or inflamed.
  • Nodules: Solid pimples found deep in your skin that may become large and painful if left untreated.
  • Papules: Small, light-red bumps that have become inflamed.
  • Pustules: Similar to cysts, these pimples contain pus and may be surrounded by red rings. Be careful not to pick or scratch as this may cause scarring.
  • Whiteheads: Small-to-medium closed bumps that are clogged by dead skin and excess oil.

Most of these forms of acne are treatable and leave minimal scarring, though may negatively affect your self-esteem and make you socially anxious.

If you’re feeling a little self-conscious, the great news is that – with a few simple lifestyle changes thrown in – you can treat the most visible causes of your acne, while also treating some of the underlying causes for it. Lifestyle changes that may help clear up bad skin

Diet and exercise are important aspects of staying healthy and fit. They’re also key to keeping your skin young and healthy.

The food you eat has a direct impact on the condition of your skin, your energy levels, and your overall health and well-being. When you eat the wrong foods, the excess oils and unhealthy fats have a way of showing themselves outwardly, often as excess weight or oily skin conditions.

These 11 everyday healthy foods can boost your skin’s natural collagen levels and eliminate blemishes. In addition to eating healthier foods, adding an exercise routine – no matter how small the routine may be – can create a healthy skin glow and help you shed excess oils. The shower after physical activity will also help you shed dead skin cells.

Thinking about changing your lifestyle? This reader added collagen to her daily routine for 6 weeks – track her inspiring journey here.

To keep your skin as acne-free as possible, you’ll need to find the right cleaning products that are suitable for your skin, and keep at it routinely for a month or more to see visible results and a clearing up of the skin inflammation associated with acne.

The right supplements, vitamins, and minerals can boost your gut health, improve your mood, and help you cope with life’s everyday stressors.

For noticeable results that will increase your self-confidence and motivate you to continue with your acne skin cleansing treatment, you may need to be just a little patient, at first. If, however, you do not see visible changes to your skin, it’s time to speak to your dermatologist.

Now that Winter has arrived, taking care of your dry, flaky skin has never been easier. Check out Correxiko’s Winter skincare tips and advice for all skin types.

The Shockingly Easy Solution: Free From Acne In 30 Days With CORREXIKO Collagen

Feeling good starts with looking good.

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Some of those benefits include:

Hair: Eliminate premature thinning and greying, improve overall condition, prevent hair loss, and add volume and length to fine, unhealthy hair follicles when you feed your hair from the inside out with Correxiko.

Nails: Feed deficiencies and keep your hands looking smooth and blemish-free an effortless way with Correxiko. Wave goodbye to dry and brittle nails, and hello to beautiful hands and nails that show you care about yourself.

Skin: Don’t let skin conditions get you down. Correxiko gives you freedom from hyperpigmentation and other skin conditions that make you feel not your best. Use daily for sensitive, dry, oily, or acne skin and watch the fine lines and wrinkles fade away, too.

Well-being: As the Beauty Shortlist Wellbeing Awards 2021 Winner, Correxiko understands that well-being is critical in your quest to simply be well. The foundation of Super Wellness, the Correxiko Collagen Lifestyle helps restore balance so that you can look and feel your best.

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